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all of those in san francisco. and then, you can also head over to oakland and space and science center, just bring your debit or cred yait yit card and a photo id. it's a great deal. >> looks like a deal. >> thankymydcámÑ >> yes let's talk about the cold weather. >> and. >> there are things changing behind me as we look down embarcadero towards the bay there. the moisture is a little bit higher and wind is blowing. notÃcold tonight. checking out a live picture from our south beach camera. you can see this morning frosty cold. 26 degrees. it's going to be cold. let's check out live doppler 7 but not as chilly as what we saw this morning. you can see clouds beginning to approach, changes are on the way. our live doppler 7 hd will be looking at rain soon here. you'll need umbrellas,li2n@ temperatures falling in upper 40s this, afternoon, it was beautiful in oakland got up to 60 degrees. a little bit milder than where we are. chill yes to cold overnight. and rain is likely for saturday and sunday so if you have weekend plans listen up to the teeming -- timing of the system here.
that investigation. >> reporter: how did three felons from sacramento and oakland with prior convictions for drugs find their way into the multimillionaire exclusive bay area businessman's home? the answer may lie with this woman. she was first arrested on prostitution charges last week. the murder suspects were arrested shortly after. dixon has been charged with harboring one of the murder suspects, but their exact relation to one another is unknown. and speaking of prostitutes, we dug through a stack of court documents two feet tall. he's accused of shady business deals. >> the business partners accused him of having a sham divorce. in fact the ceo wrote back in 2006. if you want to inflate the numbers on the value of tessla and his holdings to give his ex- wife the valuable assets through divorce in order to screw your creditors, no one is stopping you, however i am not about to lie for you or anyone else. in a separate e-mail, the same ceo wrote that he has never treated anyone fairly in his life except for his women. that's why no one in his family will have anything to do with him. and the c
expected in oakland. >> your kron 4 7 day around the bay forecast shows mild conditions for today in the first half of tomorrow. again we have rain on the rising saturday stretching into sunday. this is not a huge storm it is not a significant rainmaker we are back on the side a fair weather and mild conditions as we start the next work weeks. the first four days of the next week look dry we will be continued during with mostly sunny skies. a quick bridge check. no worries at the approach to the bay bridge toll plaza everyone getting along fine out of oakland into the city. >> at the san mateo bridge it is quiet in the west bound direction towards of the city. >> the golden gate bridge south bound 101. the chp report to no accidents. visibility is starting to be impacted. more on that coming up in just a bit. >> thank you erica. >> there is new information on new york giagiants pitcher so romano. >> who is apologizing for his actions in loss vegas. >> police say he got into an argument with t s a officers at loss vegas mccarraan international airport on new year's day. >> this is
. but i think that we're going to see mostly clear skies 30's in oakland. 36 in san jose temperatures in the upper 50s. so a look a your extended forecast with a dry day tomorrow but it is going to be cold. clouds will increase with the rainfall shower reconditions a lingering towards a sunday. dry, warmer conditions on monday and tuesday. rules. >> this proclamation of a local state of emergency. residents are watching this creek level of lobbies and fransciquito creek. they are word about the current infrastructure this was two days before christmas. this was when the creek overflowed and it forced seven homeowners out of the homes. they are saying that this has tapped out to the reserve funds and is asking the state for help. they are worried about the levy because it is starting to corrode. it could take least $3 million. they do not have that the money. >> we do not want to take any chances because of the safety of all the people involved. >> reporter: the mayor also said the this proclamation has been sent to the governor's office. there will have to wait for a response. scott
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that but it has been cleared. there is no slowing. road work in oakland area at 880 embarcardero and that has been picked up. that will be no problem if you are headed to oakland. in san jose, north 87 is moving nicely. the the upper deck of the bay bridge is slow for a few more minutes but moving into san francisco with no delays behind the snow plaza. katie and kristen? >> senator john kerry who has been nominated to become the next secretary of state begins to report to the state department today. he should win nomination by the senate in the next two weeks. secretary of state, hillary clinton, plans to step down. she still continues treatment for a blood clot near her brain which she suffered in a fall. >> top members of congress accuse the c.i.a. of misleading the makers of the osama bin laden raid filmed "zero dark 30" saying they were told harsh interrogation techniques helped track down the mastermind but it was found by the senate water boarding and other similar methods produced no useful intelligence. coming up next, a challenge of raising a baby coming up. studies of parent lend how to
oakland 38 and 42 degrees in san francisco. but far cry from the 26 degree readings whether he this morning so here's a lack at the cold front that has pretty much fizzled and we got few high cloud out of it earlier today that filtered the sun. next system not expected to fizzle so rain lakely this weekend as early as saturday afternoon. morning plans are fine. you see the timing of it all. 11:00 a.m. clouds. 1:00 o'clock the rain line begins to coast moves into the north bay and then wide spread late rainfall possibly moderate 6:00 p.m. saturday evening. showers will follow and as we head into sunday another we have of moisture comes in. starting at 10:00 a.m. it's approaching that the north bay and then starts to spread 3:00 o'clock in the afternoon. if he saiding on the plans take place could be on the wet side. one last push of enjoying the snow before heading back to work or going back to school lick tahoe freezing fog in the morning, cold here 1 degree tomorrow morning. 44 tomorrow afternoo afternoon. windy partly cloudy gusty winds 3 degrees then turning to
designed to detect gunshots are now being used in oakland. they're called "shot- spotters" - and they blanket nearly half the city. today police said they'll move forward with the technology to curb a growing crime rate. kron 4's dan kerman has more. >> that is the sound of a recorded gunfire on the new year's eve. these sensors recorded the sound and it then showed the location of the shooting, how many rounds were fired and how many were being used. >> this confirmed the vital the affirmation that we needed. with blood, evidence, shell casings. this is vital information. we have not been able to have access to this in law enforcement as quickly. >> reporter: they were on the scene in less than two minutes. instead of having to wait 11 minutes for the 911 call. they were able to gather evidence and also cease this assault rifle. capable of firing 100 rounds. >> these would pierce walls, bulletproof vests. unfortunately, we have seen weapons like this similar on the street increase. there has also been an increase on in formation that make this information more readily ava
this 2003 bmw registered out of oakland but after pulling off the freeway, that driver refused to stop and ended up crashing into this power pole fence and caltrain truck. he ran from the scene. pg&e crews were left to clean up the mess he left behind. residents and businesses found themself in darkness. >> i saw the accident and thought this won't be up any time soon. i went back to the office and shut down the servers and now i'm gonna stand here at wait until it's fixed. >> reporter: all about 100s abouts were up within an -- within an hour. but this power pole was just dangingling from the -- dangling from the wires. for most people, the power was back on by 7:00 in morning. but for this building, the repairs were to be a little more complicated. so pg&e brought out this generator as a temporary fix. part of that houses a building used by a biotech firm. employees said they needed power. >> they have a lot of equipment. >> reporter: and they said they are setting up a generator for you guys. >> that's great. >> reporter: other businesses said they would just roll with it and wait i
the marchers. we have that stuff in high places. the mayor of oakland and san francisco and more civil and here is a case reaching out and not pushing off. a mayor who is embracing, not finger pointing so we must do all of this together. i urge you in the challenging and closing days of this struggle is a mood of the season and high expectation and low resources that we [inaudible] in anxiety and jesus christ. maybe we're looking for the wrong reason for the season. maybe there is the struggle of values what matters the most your son being alive and going to church and not a funeral. maybe we have a power that we must unleash. we have the power not to kill each other right now. we have the power not to shoot each other right now. we have the power not to consume drugs right now. we have the power to take our children to school right now. [inaudible] from other programs. we can change this right now. and those that go to school tend to stay and those that stay tend to graduate so to make this really happen we need parents and teachers and ministers and professionals and athletes and pol
a flight to the philippines where he is suspected of having sexual contact with minors. >> oakland police say computer technology helped officers take a dangerous man off the street. >> sounds set off a system on new year's eve, officers headed to the area of 84th avenue seconds from the gunshots being peopled up by microphones. officers can see real-time maps in the patrol cars showing the location of the sounds. >> when a gun is fired our sensors are trained to detect large boom or bang sounds that are similar to gunfire. it shows given technology the right amount of resources and the correct direction we can make a dent in violent crime. >> man had that rifle and he has a history of committing violent crimes. >> firefighters in arizona made a dramatic rescue of two teens stranded on a frozen lake. look at these pictures the firefighters took. the two started walking on the late in arizona mountains and the ice cracked and each had a shoe frozen to the ice so they covered their barefeet with their hats and waited. >> we were not sure if we would fall all the way and maybe die from hyper
in the north bay, 56 for about 584 napa downtown san francisco is at 57 and oakland has an afternoon high of 60. 7 day around the bay shows mild weather returns as we start the next work week. 6:19 a.m. and here is traffic with george. >> there is a minor problem with bart this morning. there is police activity at the el plaza station that has been resolved. that was about 15 minutes ago. it did account for some delays would trains bound for fremont. 10 minutes delays could beat the case but they're wrapping that up. those are trained delays not necessarily passenger delays and so it could be slightly longer. i expected that we would not see the metering lights of the bay bridge this morning barring any sort of incident and so far we have been incident free. the traffic is reasonably light so there are no backups yet for the west bound ride. is that mattel bridges moved commute as well with drive times at 11 minutes. the golden gate bridge is a smooth and easy ride. light traffic for 80 westbound, 14 to 15 minutes drive time. 17 minutes out of the coyote valley for the 1 01 northbound had up to
the traffic on 880. no problems here in oakland. and the morning commute looks good on the san mateo bridge. >>> and what started as a traffic stop ends with a crash, and claudine wong joins us with the details of what happened. >> reporter: we're at 5th and townsend where the crash happened. you can see power poll hanging up in the air, and as we pan down it's not even hitting the ground. the area has been taped off by the caltran employees while they try to figure out what to do. that truck that was simply just parked there in this employee parking lot. we'll span left and show you the pg&e truck that rival within the last -- arrived literally within the last five minutes. power along the street, at least for one block in both directions that i can see is out at this time. i want to e show you video from earlier this morning as we take you through what we know about what happened. this started as an attempted traffic stop a little before 2:00 this morning. chp confirming for us that they tried to pull the driver over. the driver as they say failed to yield, came off the freeway, and ended
in 800 mega hurtz and not what oakland had but the simulcast radios and departments didn't want toking on the same but we put them on it and
jose. pal palt peninsula. 36 oakland 38 and 42 degrees in san francisco. but far cry from the 26 degree readings whether he this morning so here's a lack at the cold front that has pretty much fizzled and we got few high cloud out of it earlier today that filtered the sun. next system not expected to fizzle so rain lakely this weekend as early as saturday afternoon. morning plans are fine. you see the timing of it all. 11:00 a.m. clouds. 1:00 o'clock the rain line begins to coast moves into the north bay and then wide spread late rainfall possibly moderate 6:00 p.m. saturday evening. showers will follow and as we head into sunday another we have of moisture comes in. starting at 10:00 a.m. it's approaching that the north bay and then starts to spread 3:00 o'clock in the afternoon. if he saiding on the plans take place could be on the wet side. one last push of enjoying the snow before heading back to work or going back to school lick tahoe freezing fog in the morning, cold here 1 degree tomorrow morning. 44 tomorrow afternoo afternoon. windy partly cloudy gusty winds
the south bay mid 30's san jose. pal palt peninsula. 36 oakland 38 and 42 degrees in san francisco. but far cry from the 26 degree readings whether he this morning so here's a lack at the cold front that has pretty much fizzled and we got few high of it of it earlier today that filtered the sun. next system not expected to fizzle so rain lakely this weekend as early as saturday afternoon. morning plans are fine. you see the timing of it all. 11:00 a.m. clouds. 1:00 o'clock the rain line begins to coast moves into the north bay and then wide spread late rainfall possibly moderate 6:00 p.m. saturday evening. showers will follow and as we head into sunday another we have of moisture comes in. starting at 10:00 a.m. it's approaching that the north bay and then starts to spread 3:00 o'clock in the afternoon. if he saiding on the plans take place could be on the wet side. one last push of enjoying the snow before heading back to work or going back to school lick tahoe freezing fog in the morning, cold here 1 degree tomorrow morning. 44 tomorrow afternoo afternoon. windy par
for the bay shore. 42 in fremont and 45 in san francisco which is the warm spot. and 38 in oakland. more high clouds mixing with sunshine with temperatures in the low to upper 50's. >> we have a stall to report on upper deck of the bay bridge. road work in the two right lanes to the center until 5:00 this morning but there is no slow track. just be aware if you are headed there. the golden gate bridge, road work on the northern portion until 5:00 this morning down to one lane in each direction on the golden gate bridge and road work until 5:00 this morning in the left lane, and road work in oakland area which is typical, 880 in both directions. katie and kristen? >> we are continuing to follow developing news in the search for a petaluma teen who disappeared new year's eve. there could be new leads from alyssa byrne's cell phone. now, live in petaluma. >> i am at the sports bar in petaluma where they will have a fundraiser tomorrow to raise money for the search teams, the local people who are doing what they can to get the word out about the 19-year-old missing woman who has been missing sinc
. live in san jose, len ramirez, cbs 5. >>> oakland police got more than they bargained for on new year's eve when they sent a team out to track down celebratory gunfire. the department's shotspotter technology led them to a home on 84th avenue just seconds after a gun battle erupted outside. it was so accurate, it led officers straight to the shell casings. >> so without this, some great luck and nighttime, i'm not sure if officers would have been able to find the shell casings there. we would not have found that physical evidence. >> two suspects were arrested a short time later after ramming a pursuing police cruiser. officers also recovered a 100- round assault rifle. the men had tossed it out of their car. the other shooter got away. >>> tonight police are looking for five men who stormed into a san francisco home, they dragged eight people out of bed holding them at gunpoint at the living room at the outer richmond district house overnight. police say the men stole cash, electronics and luggage. it's unclear why that house was targeted. no one was hurt. >>> a key player in the gia
. >> sensors designed to detect a gunshot are now being used in oakland. they are called shot spotters' and a blanket nearly half the city of new year's eve, the technology came in handy when officers were able to respond to a shooting after being alerted by the shot spotter, rather than wait for 911 calls to come in. ballard came less than 22 seconds. >> officers were able to rest one suspect in the shooting and sees a colt assault rifle loaded with a hundred rounds of an initiammunition. >> oakland police say the no. 4 shot spotter to work, they must have the manpower out in the field. as a jealous more than a hundred officers were laid off in 2010. >> east bay mud workers spent much of the night repair war may break. this happened in the 23rd hundred block of swight way. not far from telegraph ave. >> an underground pipe flooded part of the road but workers managed to shut off the water while making repairs. >> they hope to have everything fixed by this morning. >> until then, a 16 homes remain without water. >> people forced from their homes in san francisco fire this week and are
francisco. oakland took 300 guns as well totaling 600 guns off the streets of the bay area in one saturday. so that's a good thing. and then finally we did some promotions. we did 8 captains, they have been assigned, 15 lieutenants, they have also been lieutenants, and 29 sergeants, the entire group is in the academy right now and they will go to their respective assignments on saturday and as we close out the holiday season we did bayview toy give away today, mission station and api on bay shore was on saturday and obviously operation dream in various joy give aways will be going forward the rest of the holiday season. and that concludes my report. >> well, thank you, chief. speaking of the real positive news, the press conference with officers cloud and gritch, it wasn't only commissioner loftus that was crying, it was maybe another commissioner. >> i didn't want to be the one that said it, i'm glad you said it. >> even our commission secretary who has done a lot with this department had tears in his eyes. it was an incredible press conference. what those two officers did was beyond
in bay point looks good. the morning commute moving along well in oakland. 5, let's go back to the desk. >>> happening right now, a lot of cleaning up needs to be done after a hit-and-run crash in san francisco just hours ago. ktvu's claudine wong is there in san francisco with the latest on where a driver crashed into a caltran parking lot so what happened. >> reporter: the search is on the for the driver. father-in-law started as a traffic -- apparently it started as a traffic stop or attempted traffic stop and you can see the mess left behind. that power pole hanging there and you can see a pg&e crew just arriving. they are telling us these repairs could take a while and power is out. look at this, though, if we pan over, you can see when this car came crashing r went through a fence and ended up hitting this vehicle that's in the employee parking lot. the car that was involved in this has been towed away at this point but we want to show you video from earlier this morning when it was still here, and you can see the damage to it. chp says it started at 1:15 in the morning. the drive
was terrified. why this is a huge significance for weddings in china >> oakland, sunty veil -- sunnyvale and all the bay area this is abc7 news. >> step on it for your flu shot, california will see a surge in flu cases in january. the result of holiday travelers coming back to california with a virus that heard is spreading fast elsewhere. also, kids going back did school, and abc medical medical doctor says california cannot escape the earliest flu outbreak if a decade. >> it could be a newer strain that people in the community have not sign, it could be that not enough people are vaccinated but the most interesting theory is humidity. some scientists are finding that the lower the humidity, the earlier flu season starts. >> the doctor suggests getting vaccine now, it takes two weeks for the immunity to build up. usually, february is the height of the flu in california. >> general motors is recalling some of their 2013 models because they can roll away unexpectedly. the models affects are on the screen. about 55,000 vehicles are recalled. g.m. says the cars could be shifted out of park even if
in oakland say the city's shot spotter technology helped nab a gunman and seize a military grade assault rifle. that's the audio of gunshots recorded on new year's eve by sensors that cover half of the city. officers pinpointed the shots and responded to the scene. a high speed chase followed and officers say they saw the gunman throw the assault rifle out the window of his car along with a magazine capable of holding 100 rounds. >> as of late we have seen many weapons like this out on the streets. we had an increase in recovery of assault weapons and an increase in information coming in from confidential informants that weapons like this are available. >> one person was injured in the shooting and the gunman is behind bars facing multiple weapons charges. >>> california is suing two oil companies for violating the state's hazardous waste laws. philips 66 and conoco philips are accused of failing to properly maintain gas storage tanks under 600 service stations. the claim is that they tampered with leak detection devices. this follows a statewide investigation in which the attorney gener
animal stuck on the ice. he was terrified. why this is a huge significance >> oakland, sunty veil -- sunnyvale and all the bay area this is abc7 news. >> step on it for your flu shot, california will see a surge in flu cases in january. the result of holiday travelers coming back to california with a virus that heard is spreading fast elsewhere. also, kids going back did school, and abc medical medical doctor says california cannot escape the earliest flu outbreak if a decade. >> it could be a newer strain that people in the community have not sign, it could be that not enough people are vaccinated but the most interesting theory is humidity. some scientists are finding that the lower the humidity, the earlier flu season starts. >> the doctor suggests getting vaccine now, it takes two weeks for the immunity to build up. usually, february is the height of the flu in california. >> general motors is recalling some of their 2013 models because they can roll away unexpectedly. the models affects are on the screen. about 55,000 vehicles are recalled. g.m. says the cars could be shifted
employee and is so successful are in the ala media oakland and harbor bay and the newest san francisco ferry service and the remaining eight are operate in the excursion business bay reuses, charters and our rocket boat we operate to tib bureau ron, angel island and our commuter ferry service to tib bureau ron and the 15 services are all maintained by blue and gold feet employees at our pier nine facility in san francisco. i don't believe this slide needs much explanation these are the public agencies who over see our operations as you can see, we get a lot of help. every from the port to fish and game and i believe we have a good relationship with all of the agencies since we abide and understand that each agency has a job do and performs a service to the public. blue and gold employs 250 employees during the peak season and one 75 employees year round, we have a diverse workforce and are proud of providing a an atmosphere for quloiys to reach their potential and we have a numerous employees that have started as photographers and have become captains and we believe promoting from w
,000 in rent in 20 if we will 20/20 12 for our pier nine facility. while ala media and oakland services use gate e. blue and gold operates ferries from value layer row and allay media to at&t partial and this service has been incredible pap more he especially this year with the giants success. in january blue and gold was awarded the water transportation authority contract under this contract we operate ferries to value layer row and ala media and so fraction and we work with the w ta to not only bring terminals to the ferry building but passengers to pier 41. this is a huge opportunity for blue and gold fleet and we have the personality, expertise to fulfill all of the obligation and responsibilities of the contract. p in total. blue and gold is projected to pay one.twoi w2 million-dollar to the point. a growth of 20% infinite ferry market and eight% in the excursion market and we are prat proud of our complicates and could not have done it without the hard work and loyalty of our employee and is in the next five years we feel that ferry rider ship has tremendous potential for growth
going on. perhaps even worse than san francisco or oakland or san jose, but i can't rest on the lores that we might be better in employment. we might be better not having that many homicides but we lost a lot of the african-american community in the last 10-20 years. we lost the redevelopment agency that gave a lot of promises. i am trying to keep those promises, but i've got to find more and better ways to interrupt the violence, and i want today to register a personal appeal to our religious leaders to help me do that, find ways. i suspect it's not about money. it's not about numbers of jobs. it's about who we talk about and who we relate to, and how can we penetrate barriers or vacuums where there is no conversations going on? how do we talk to kids that don't have a mother or father? who are they talking with? how do we talk with their aunts or grandparents or brothers or sisters and tell them that we care and get them into a conversation with us. how about putting down the guns? what is it that they need from us to assure them that we have a safe passage for them to be
will be with us. we're gusting at 25 now in frederick. over 30 in oakland and gaithersburg at 23 miles an hour. your full weekend forecast when emancipation proclamation [ male announcer ] when your business is powered by verizon, you can do more business per second. and with more reliable internet, that's more per second. and with a dedicated line, it's more per second. and with an additional line, it's more... table for 15? [ male announcer ] ...per second. but most importantly, it's more... mmm! [ male announcer ] ...per second. get the speed and reliability of the verizon network so you can do more business per second. get high-speed internet and phone for just $84.99 a month when you sign up online with a two-year price guarantee. you'll even get a $200 verizon visa pre-paid card and an additional line included. so, choose verizon and get both internet and voice with 99.9% reliability and a dedicated line straight to your business all for just $84.99 a month when you sign up online with a two-year price guarantee. and get our worry-free guarantee with professional on-site installation. th
. a 30 in oakland and it is breezy in cumberland as you jump the divide. upper 30s in hagerstown and martinsburg and even 40 here with the sunshine. low 40s at culpepper and warrenton and leesburg in manassas and fairfax. 42 downtown. 41 in rockville and gaithersburg only 40 in frederick. 41 in annapolis with a lot of wind and the small craft advisory until 6:00 p.m. on friday. the next few days, the weather alert code will be green. and it will be pretty cold on friday and chilly on saturday with a few clouds late and an okay day. playoff on sunday, great. partly cloudy, temperatures in the mid-40s, dress for the 30s if you're going to baltimore or fedex. the next seven days, we dropped temperatures a little bit on monday back into the lower 40s. that's just something that the temperatures are going back up next week. by tuesday they're in the lower 50s. wednesday, the lower 50s. maybe some rain on wednesday night and the bulk of wednesday may be all right and then5 next thursday. >> you can keep those arctic outbreaks for yourself. >> yes. seriously. >> you would clear the tick
areas. oakland is at 31. there's culpepper at 31. and right here, 30. let's go to our michael and sons weather camera. it is a quiet morning here in washington, d.c. only 3 miles an hour for our swerl winds. el paso -- southwesterly winds. el paso had a bit of a snowstorm yesterday and last night. in miami, they're still in the 60s. the real cold is up in siberia. there's our snow that we're talking about in west texas, turning into rain in the central part of the state. that's one system we're watching this morning. we're also watching a bit of rain down across north florida. for us, between systems, we had a clipper system come between the lakes with a few snowshowers, especially in the lake areas. for us, clouds north and west of the mountains. most us are not seeing that. that will be the case today with a few clouds in the mountains. a breezy day and a quiet night tonight. we're back in the 20s in many areas. tomorrow starts quiet, although you notice the clouds by saturday. here we are at 6:00, increasing across the ohio and tennessee valley. a lot more bark than bite with this.
's eve. rei[ft has a record of swault a deadly weapon. police credit the technology and;óozw oakland's new shot spor response team officers are assigned to respond to alerts. >> i'm hoping the team turns into the lion king and we keep running it over and over. >> the police department doesn't have man power to keep the response team on the : , that was the first time they've had a team on the streets since 4th of july. the chief says that that is going to change. challenges and communities response? that is the story we're working on for abc 7 news at 6:00. in oakland, mark math use abc 7 news. >> a shipment of counterfeit items were seized. finding chargers worth more than $600,000. the equipment carried forged apple logo designs and logos from under writers laboratories. >> it's a victory for google. the company cleared of claims that an unfairly favorors it's own services in search results. this puts an end to a 19 month antitrust probe against rowed to license patents considered essential for rival mobile device likes the iphone and ipad. >> we want to take you straight now to la
to be a weaker system. it looks like one and done. 30s on the temperatures or 40. oakland, 40. the city 45. but fairfield is at 30. 31 santa rosa. there's some patchy fog, livermore and concord and out to the valley. tahoe is 9. yesterday at this time i think they were 0. so temperatures not as bad. sacramento, along with fog. stockton as well. watch out for some of that tulle fog if you have to travel out that way. today is all right. i think tomorrow, too. partly sunny, 33. late saturday, early sunday, they may get some snow up there. mostly sunny for us today. patchy fog on the cold side. more of that damp cold. mid- to upper 50s. a little cooler and then an east breeze coming in. 59 in oakland. 58 alameda. we'll go 60 morgan hill. santa cruz, 59. saratoga at 59. a lot of 50s on the san mateo coast in the city and on the peninsula upper 50s. san carlos close to 59. rain on saturday and sunday. and then it clears out. clear on monday and tuesday. >>> despite the grumbling in his own party, joan boehner was eeckt -- john boehner was elected as house speaker. [ applause ] >> ten republican
. temperatures from 53 in antioch to santa rosa, oakland, fremont, san jose and half moon bay at 58. to the south, warmer and low 60's and morgan hill, at 59 for you. tonight with extra cloud cover but no frost and in the mid-to-upper 30's and mid-to-upper 30's to 40's around the bay explore and the coast. the high pressure is holding on right now deflecting the energy from the storm to the north. it is getting over run by the high clouds so that will make it interesting. here is a look at the rain, it is coming in tomorrow afternoon. it will be light-to-moderate at times and you can see the yellow over san francisco at 3:00 and taper in the evening. we get a break overnight and sunday morning, around 11 clock, it starts to move in to the north bay, light-to-moderate and the storm system sweeps from north to south across the bay area and it will take longer than the first one tomorrow. rainfall amounts are quarter to three quarters in the east bay and up to an inch in the mountains. monday and tuesday, it is dry again, and a slight chance of rain on wednesday, and thursday is dry again with tempe
their business so i know you have, i know you've been in contact with oakland and surrounding areas because they move people all the time. chief, i just want to ask, how much are we involved both regionally and nationally in this whole -- are there forums that go on? i know you have attended a couple things. >> as tony was saying, arlan vanderbilt brought this forward. i think he has a lot of credit and commissioner loftus is holding the department's feet to the fire and rightfully so. that's why we're looking for this grant and we'll be actually at some point in time growing the human trafficking unit as we get our staffing up to speed. >> also we do attend other meetings in the bay area so we attend a monthly meeting down in san jose, so we're constantly in communication with other sister agencies, not only law enforcement but also other advocate groups like, for example, not to get in too much detail, i talked to an attorney down in san jose right now where this person is willing to come forward regarding an incident so they feel confident to come to san francisco to talk about someth
from indianapolis is ready for something a little more adventurous. ted took us under the oakland bay bridge and along the water front section of san fransisco known as the embarcadero. what an absolutely unique way to see the city even if you're here for a day for dinner; come out here for an hour and paddle around and get just a one of a kind view of san fransisco and it is pretty amazing. wouldn't you say? amazing? it is. it is. this was a relaxed kind of outing that was more about the views than it was about getting somewhere. the only thing we really needed to watch out for were fairy boats and sea lions. both of which are pretty active right now. super easy, don't have to know what you're doing and yet what a completely one of a kind way of experiencing this city from being on water. come on. the sunset, the energy from the city i mean literally hearing the hum and there's just a buzz in the city and then there's this super calm peaceful serene feeling that you have on the water it's like nothing i've ever done before. this is just one of the coolest things i've done on a kayak.
. >>> oakland police say computer technology helped officers take a very powerful weapon off the street. >> sounds like that setoff the system on new year's eve. officers headed to the area of 84th avenue within seconds of the gun shots being picked up by group of micro phone placed around the neighborhood then try ang oscillating where specifically the shot was coming from of certificates can even see real time map in the patrol cars showing the location of those sounds. >> the way it work when gun is fired our sensors are tripped to detect large boomer bang sounds that are very similar to gunfire. just goes to show given technology the right amount of resources and correct direction we can really make a deputy in violent crime. >>reporter: special shots support team found a man who had this rifle police say he has a history of committing violent crimes too. happy to get him and the rifle. >>> more to bring you this thursday night. google competitors were hoping the federal investigation would yield a slap in the face. however google received what some consider a slap on the wrist.
and cash. police are looking for the suspects. nobody was hurt. >>> oakland's shotspotter system helped police break up a new year's eve gun battle. the technology led them to the shell casings seconds after the gunfire erupted in front of a home on 84th avenue. two suspects were arrested after a short pursuit. officers also recovered a 100- round assault rifle the men tossed out of their car. the other shooter get away >>> investigators are looking for a teen who went missing in lake tahoe on new year's eve. they are going door to door at the horizon casino resort. 19-year-old alyssa byrne was last seen there. they are also searching around nevada for the missing girl. coming up at 6:30 we'll show you what investigates, are saying about the search-and- rescue effort. >>> california just hit a major healthcare reform milestone. the feds today gave the state the go-ahead to launch its own insurance exchange. the online marketplace will allow individuals and small businesses to compare plan benefits and prices before they buy. it's one of the many requirements of the president's healthca
between walnut creek and oakland, so far so good. also this morning we're looking at northbound 101 in san francisco. that looks good approaching the 80 split. let's go back to the desk. >>> we're following developing news out of san jose where a fire started at a cannibus club. janine de la vega was the first reporter of the scene, what can you tell us about the investigation at this point. >> reporter: the fire is out and it was relatively small but firefighters think this could have been intentionally set. now, an employee told me that the security company that monitors this cannibu called and said the motion detectors in the building had gone off and a fire had broken out. firefighters were called to the phc club on sanker road this morning at 4:20 and saw flames in the building. a side window was broken when they arrived. firefighters had to force entry to the building to get inside and fight the fire. the sprinkler system was triggered which helped keep it small and it was knocked down in about 20 minutes. >> there was potentially a broken window. we have an odor of gasoline, and the
to the 60s. 62 in livermore. 61 for fremont, 61 in oakland. we do have rain on the way, most of which will come down overnight, saturday to sunday. cool clear with temperatures in the upper 50s. >> and that's your latest weather. >> he's on a roll. >> creative bunch. >> no question about it. >>> coming up, betting on your ability to lose weight online. we'll tell you more about that. but first, these messages. nature's true celebrities aren't always the most obvious. it's more than being glamorous, or tall. it's not all about who sparkles the most. or who is the best dressed. what nature really cares about is what you have to offer. like the stevia plant. small and humble with a surprising secret to share... sweetness. truvia sweetener. zero-calorie sweetness, born from the stevia leaf. from nature, for sweetness. i'd like to thank eating right, whole grain, multigrain cheerios! mom, are those my jeans? [ female announcer ] people who choose more whole grain tend to weigh less than those who don't. multigrain cheerios i've been fortunate to win on golf's biggest stages. but when joint
, san francisco, oakland. i want just to say that it'll be a missed opportunity to not say to americans that they are individual collective effort saved the lives of millions of people and that is not to please them. we can't across party effort to democrats because of a sense of urgency brought by president bush, it is constantly changing all of their response. and then we have president obama grab a bringing the debate to share the responsibility of ownership are just natural movement, which we need to share. that it hoped the same message we will be able to convey because the american people, individually need to hear that they have been saving lives of millions of people we are making effort to share the burden with other countries now. >> peter. >> on the same lines, i would save taxpayers money has saved millions of lives and has also, i think, improved american image in the world to a large extent. decreasing that effort now is not only going to cost millions of lives because people will die, but also i think would be from a good and smart foreign policy. now let's see how our fr
areas, we just showed you out towards oakland we had some frost. upper 20s to the mid 30s. these numbers up just a little bit slightly warmer compared to this morning. fairfield, low of 28. santa rosa right about 30, san jose, 30s. some changes in the pacific, a few high clouds developing. tomorrow will be dry after that cold start. temperature warming up as we showed you around 55 and 60. and then into the weekend there is a system approaching. now we do introduce the chance of some scattered showers for saturday. rainfall could be developing by mid afternoon sunday into late afternoon hours. we trying to find tune the timing. here's the forecast model showing high clouds into friday. we could be tracking scattered showers. look what happens sunday, rainfall developing gradually superintendenting to the south. tomorrow's temperature for tomorrow, upper 50s to lower 60s. a looked ahead, maybe more sprinkles by monday. >>> they are offering a behind the scenes work on the bay bridge to display an art exhibit. crews are enstalling 25,000 lights on the west area of the bridge. a lighting su
coming from a listening tour, new york, washington, san francisco, oakland. i want just to say that it'll be a missed opportunity to not say to americans that they are individual collective effort saved the lives of millions of people and that is not to please them. we can't across party effort to democrats because of a sense of urgency brought by president bush, it is constantly changing all of their response. and then we have president obama grab a bringing the debate to share the responsibility of ownership are just natural movement, which we need to share. that it hoped the same message we will be able to convey because the american people, individually need to hear that they have been saving lives of millions of people we are making effort to share the burden with other countries now. >> peter. >> on the same lines, i would save taxpayers money has saved millions of lives and has also, i think, improved american image in the world to a large extent. decreasing that effort now is not only going to cost millions of lives because people will die, but also i think would be from a good
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